meritorius

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Etymology[edit]

From meritus (deserving, deserved) +‎ -tōrius, from the perfect passive participle of mereō (deserve, merit).

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meritōrius m (feminine meritōria, neuter meritōrium); first/second declension

  1. Of or pertaining to the earning of money, by which money is earned, for which money is paid; hired; meritorious.

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative meritōrius meritōria meritōrium meritōriī meritōriae meritōria
genitive meritōriī meritōriae meritōriī meritōriōrum meritōriārum meritōriōrum
dative meritōriō meritōriae meritōriō meritōriīs meritōriīs meritōriīs
accusative meritōrium meritōriam meritōrium meritōriōs meritōriās meritōria
ablative meritōriō meritōriā meritōriō meritōriīs meritōriīs meritōriīs
vocative meritōrie meritōria meritōrium meritōriī meritōriae meritōria

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